In partnership with American Architects and Buildings
Primary Partners
Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries

Towson University

The Baltimore Architecture Project is a collaborative initiative to bring together information on Baltimore's built environment in one place. Currently in its pilot phase, funded by grants from the Gladys Krieble Demas Foundation and the Middendorf Foundation, the project brings together the collections, data, images, and professional expertise of the Sheridan Libraries of The Johns Hopkins University, Towson University, Baltimore Architecture Foundation, and Maryland Historical Society.

The Baltimore Architecture Project provides a free, publicly searchable Internet database of biographical and historical information on Baltimore's buildings and their architects. Currently, the time frame covered is 1850-1945; the coverage will increase as funding allows.

The Baltimore Architecture Project is part of a nation-wide database called American Architects and Buildings. The Baltimore Architecture Project is the first "partner city" of this project, and provides independent research and data collection focused on Baltimore architects and buildings.

If you have general questions about the Baltimore Architecture Project, contact Margaret Burri, Project Director. For questions and comments concerning specific biographies, buildings, or images in the database, please use the feedback feature, which is located in the menu on the left side of each page.




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